Justin J. Moore – Summer Music Festival Series, Friday, August 21st

Friday, August 21st, 2020 at 6pm-8pm, Doors open at 5:30 pm

Tickets are now on sale for this years Summer Music Festival Series! Due to COVID-19, ticket sales are limited to 45 tickets per show, so get yours now before they sell out! Social distancing measures will be in place.

Gary’s Woodfired Pizza will also be on site! Cash Bar available.
We look forward to seeing you and cannot wait to share another summer of live music together!

Justin J. Moore is a native of Vernon, British Columbia. He was born into the realm of classical music as the son of two professional, Juilliard-trained opera singers. Justin is an extremely versatile vocalist who is comfortable  singing anything from modern pop and rock, to classical opera. He has been hired as a soloist by the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra several times, and was the lead singer and bass player of a locally acclaimed band called Armonia. 

Justin has found success on Youtube, and has also released several of his own songs of which he produced and played all of the instruments for. His music style is a blend of pop and alternative rock . He is an avid solo performer –  covering songs of crowd favourites, and also his playing his original music. Justin’s voice has been compared to that of Ed Sheeran, John Legend, or Josh Groban.

https://www.justinjmoore.com/

COVID-19 Guidelines

Not sure if you should attend?   
Please take the BC RISK self-assessment tool:
https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. 
Please bring your own seating.
Sanitizing stations will be available for our guests, and we ask that you please wear a mask when attending to keep others safe. 
We ask that at all times, you maintain at least 6 feet between you and other groups. 
Please limit your groups to 6 people or less.
To limit the amount of physical contact, we ask that any food or drink be brought by you, and what you bring in, you must also take out of the property.